When Mort Todd took over as editor of Cracked in the mid-80s, in the many reprint specials they published he'd find what he considered the “best of” the magazine and annotated many of the articles with a unified theme. Here are excerpts from #66 in May 1986 under the subject “Crime's War on Law”. This cover by John Severin was reprinted from the Capone parody they did in 1975.
The first thing they reprinted was the one-pager Bullet Proof Car, then this.
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